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Mui Ne Beach

April 26-28, 2006

Mui Ne, is a lovely little fishing and tourist town spread along a curve in the beach.  I really liked this place because the beach was full of local people using nets for fishing, so it was really interesting just to sit around and watch life here. One morning we got up at 5 a.m. and watched people bringing in their nets full of little fish, but there were also some small octopus, crabs, squid and sea slugs. They don’t seem to like the sea slugs. 

We rode bikes all one day. It was incredibly beautiful but painfully hot. 

We stayed in a bungalow not 20 yards from the beach for a mere $6 a night.  Our courtyard was equipped with beach huts,  palm trees and hammocks.


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